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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

NICHIOLSON STREET 'Phone Hcalesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAT.Y ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTBING FRESH DAILY -UMe\...... .... ... ........ . ........se-.. . With 4AicA the sere.... Every penny saved is a direct contribution to the war effort. We do help the war effort if we place our money in a Savings Bank account, or i, we buy 5/- National Savings Stamps, thus avoiding mnecessary spending. One page of a National Savings Stamp book will contain enough stamps (92) for use as a deposit or iostalmet o a War Bond, while the ull book will purchase a 10 Bond outright. Single pages of stamps (92) will be accepted as a deposit to a " Savings Bank account if required. Got your treeo book and purchase your /.. Hational Savings Stampe from any Savin7s Bank or Money Order Poet Ofce and put your savings on seavce to SPEED THE VICTORY. COmmnWWEALTH SAUIRGS BARK :::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::: BARTOLD'S ........................

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hospital Easter Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

Hospital Easter Sports By R. R. Cochran. - , , The monster £130 Easter sports fi;: ture, to be conducted by the hospital sports committee to aid the new build ing fund, is certainly creating interest in many parts of the State, following the .announcement that the Victorian standing block championship is to be competed for. Enquiries have been received for the prize schedule from noted per formers, and the committee may find it necessary to hold heats and final in the championship. From a report received from the Scottish Union in Melbourne it is esti mated that entries for the Highland and National dancing competitions should reach the three-figure mark. This will make it nutcessary to com mence the dancing competitions at 1.30 p.m., in order to finish by 5.30. Highland and National dancing of va ried types will be co;testcd. which in itself should create and m;n?ntain in terest fo: young and old. Entries have been pr.mised from the leti.ding dancers of the State. and the committee...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Water Trust [?] OF M.M.B.W. CHAIRMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

vil'e Water Trust .T o .MB.\V CHAIRMAN.. - da a welcome to Heales °losteded by the Water Trust Jes.eo (,M''.B.W. chairman), 1 Je1B V. engineer) and the '. 7 Everard, M .L.A. i ?ersaid the visit was laeroal history, it being the e the oard's chairman had re in his official capacity. Cr. felt sure the trust would tin board's full co-operation in whatever was desired. .Dawboin (trust chairman) e re were pleased to have the untey of a talk with the board -an They appreciated what the had done: they had never gone board with any request that ant been favorably received. The e here was largely due to the sent influx of visitors. Heales ens only a small town, but an of from five to six thousand rs occasioned a big worry. The had the right of one pipe from burn. Records showed that in ld days theu were prepared to lfour inches of water, but were seven inches. He thought the would give them all they re They were definitely short of r needing 50 per cent. more. Dif tr was experienced on the o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

BUSIN.S*? NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Hcalesville and anding Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Retistrar for Births and Deaths CIIOLSON ST., IIEAIJESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 that avce ?onej The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look right, feel right, give satis faction, and save money for they last longer. Every: thing Fashionable in Men's Footwear is he.-e at Prices that will appeal. to your Sense of Reasonableness. SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOICITORI ullett & Langford SOLICITORS JCICTORS and' COMWISIOi·NEUS Fo i,' A V:M.DAVI Ic., S.A., and Tas. ' COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR H'-ILESVILLE OFFICE erce and radshaw's Buildlngs Ietween tL hours ' 3 p.ra. at 1 C r m EVEIti~ T E4IS 30AY Telophonr;e: 'tlle 39 -- ----~-- :£U 4360 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Brian Donlevy and Miriam Hopkinu ......in ...... "A GENTLEMAN AFTER DARK" "A GENTLEMAN...

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EVERY MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

EVERY MONDAY 9.30 a.m.-Sundries, Furniture, TimD ber, Iron and Implements. 11.30.-Horses, Harness and Vehiolo. 12.-Suckers. Slips, Storos, 'Sows. 12 noon.-Poultry. 1 p,m.-Porkers, Batoners and Backo fatteu. 1.30.-Vealers, CLlves. M:ilking Covw 2 p.m.-Springers, Cos s and Stores 2.30.-Fa! and' Str'e Sheep. 3 p.m.-7-ulls amn Latce Salus, CalveS and Fige. 3 p.m2.- .at Baleeks, Cows and OhL?s per 2 p.m.. 'rid&,s, Furniture Sales. Shopping; :talls. Monday and Friday, District Agsnta Mitchell and Co. Farl Machinecy And Irm:nl:en ". -Large stocks on hand. Ena-% tern arr..ged., Owing to transport z'strk ,iont, Lrov.. ers and ;rood nagstmen: paidocks arx a." dlab's: at Croyd.mn. For Carriars and Cratos, 'pti.or. Oror. don 45 early previous %,, :.

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In Search of Water. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

In Search of Water. Cr. W. J. Dawborn has decided to take a week's holiday from to-day from his many strenuous duties in both both public and private business, and has booked accommodation at Portsea, which should be a complete change from mountain to sea air. Mr Cochran will attend to registrations of births and deaths. Despite the fact that Cr. Dawborn will have many so cial engagements to fill while at the seaside, his many friends trust he will be able to find time to write the story of his peregrinations in search of aqua pura, and that these columns will be enlivened by his nimble pen as they were of yore when the latest instalment of "Cr. Dawborn's Travels" was eagerly awaited by readers. Hospital Building Fund. Mr. R. R. Cochran (secretary) re ports having received the following additional amounts during the last two weeks:-Proceeds of dance, £15 18/-; "The Ferns," £16/5/6; "Green hills," £5; Mr. D. Kent, £5/5/-; "The Ferns," £7/11/0; "Alpine Lodge," £2 5 /-. War Service Fun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. S'T ?CK SURGEON-DE": YIST VISITS HgALESVILLE EVZE?Y SATURIDAY F'ORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, MARCH 4th SATURDAY, MARCH 18th City Address: S .LSTON BUILDINGS 12. EJIZABETH STREET 'Phones: gtrmbd" .07 -.----, Healeeville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SUBGUON-DENTIST 210 BALACLAVA ROAD cAULFIELD . Mvias IALESyILL EY THURSDAY Sp.m. till 6.10 Gr by Speolal Appointment AW BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesvllle 10l DaI.M 8s NOTIOm WH N YOU WANT GOODS DEL SRED PROMPTLY TO ANT P=R* OF TIHE HEALESVILLE ii i ISTEBIcY MAURICE CHANDLER C.0m AVENUE, KEALES?ILLE 'Phone 111 AB ]bs of Carrying Effeeted Safely AMD AT LOWEST RATES ' ADIEE-WHY WORRY? Write E. M., Pou!ton SPEALEL BONJEAN FEMALE PILIS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 3/- Box Extra Speelal, 10/- per Dex Write for Free Catalogue. Men acid Women will find it of great 'Interest : All Correspondence treated Strietly Confidential 165 BOURKE IT., M~LB. S Cent. 1117 H Out of Sorts "Eve th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

IN MEMORIAM DENNEHY.-In loving memory of Arvon, killed in action at Benghazi on March 2nd, 1941, beloved fourth son of Mrs. J. Dennehy and the late Mr. J.. Dennehy, loving brother of Bob, Arthur, Bert, Meg (Mrs. J. Ashton), Peggy, and Reg. (R.A. A.F.), cousin of Frank (R.A.A.F., England). Ever Remembered. DENNEHY.-In memory of our lov- ing brother and brother-in-law, Ar- von, killed in action at Benghazi on March 2nd, 1941. Loved By All. -Inserted by Bert and Dorrie. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1944

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

OPTICAL NOTICE .45 GLENHUNTLY ROAD, ELSTERNWICK Opthalmic Optician Member of Victorian Optical Association Wishes to Notify Old and Intending Clients that'he is Visiting Healesville, and may be cohsulted AT THE HEALESVILLE MEMO . RIAL HALL DAILY from 3 to 4.30 p.m. FOR ONE WEEK From ..March 1st to March 7th Other Appointtment4 by Arrangement BUY YO,. uR . VICTORY BOND Through This Simple -SAVINGS PLAN! Buy s/. S National r Saving Stamps at, any Monay Order Post Office or Savings Bank throughout Aus tralia. Paste these stamp s a you bht them into the National Savings Stamp Book which will be given you free. There are -5 pages, each with room for 8 stamps, or £2 worth. This is enough to pay a deposit on a £10 Bond when the Loan is open. or to pay an instalment on a Bond at any tuma. S A full book has space for 40 O stamps, or £10 worth. Use these, to pay for a £10 Bond as soon as you have collected them. If your book is complete before the Loan is open, sub scribe to the Victory Loan ...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

Sr-tholo.n. u rite:" of this popula: ccium oU rnin' at Queenseliff, '"i? y e breezes of that balmy and practisnin bowls to con test the semi-final of the Raff handi cap trophy, with F. Errington. A number of visitors have been to the local greens lately. A motor mower has made its appearance on the green and Is doing good work. Tv kn arnc -......e played in th, Golf House pairs trophy, both being squrec with two endc' to go. Raff and Murn (c.) defeated Pollard and Black burn (c.), 22-16, whIle Kitely and Johnston (c.) d. Hevittson and Tozer (c., s18-15. Huxham Cup Championship.-Er rington d. Fairbank, 21-19; Rutzou d. Burn, 21-7. On form the championship looks to be a good go between Rutzou and Er rington. In the Raff handicap Errington had a runaway victory over Bartholomew, 21-4, while Dr. Phillips d. Mrs. Murn, 21-8. At the annual meeting of the Pres byterlan Church the returns showed 140 persons connected with the church, while the finances showed a big improvement. Miss D. M. W...

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Healesville Sports TO AID COMFORTS FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

Healesville Sports TO AID. COMFORTS FUND. By R. G. Pollard. The public' of Healesville and the many hundreds of people who will he holidaying here during, the ' Eight Hours' week-end are to be treated to a first-class sports meeting in Queen's Park oval on Monday, March 13, the first event being timed to start at 1.30 p.m. A splendid variety program has been drawn up by the committee, who will spare no pains to make this-'fix ture one of the most enjoyable 'yet witnessed here. Horse events will al ternate with wood chops and novelty .items. Of special interest is the fact that an exceptional program of footrun ning will be staged by the, Northern Districts' Amateur Sports Club, com prising about eight different assoqia tions. They will sponsor a 100 yards championship, .a 100 yards 'handicap, a 440 yards handicap, as well as half mile and mile events. These will be well worth witnessing, and will pro vide a great treat for Healesville and its visitors. The fact that the sports are o...

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Healesville Shire Council FEBRUARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

Healesv ille Shire Council FEBRUARY MEETING. -4--- Present: Crs. Cameron (president), Kay, Dawborn, Johnston, Barton, Murton, Cook, Huxham. CORRESPONDENCE. Hon. W. J. Hutchinson, M.H.R.. supporting contentions of Shire of Wycheproof relative to meat industry. -Received. Same, advising that £100,000 worth of bush fire fighting equipment had been recommended.-Received. Premier to Mr. Chandler, re distri bution of A.R.P. equipment to bush fire brigades.-Received. C. J. Stoneham, M.L.A., enclosing two copies of "Truth" re bush fire problem.--Received. Bush Fire Brigades' Committee, ap. proving Messrs. Ieppel, Preeve and West as officers for Buxton, and Messrs. Bassett and Postlethwaite for Marysville bush fire brigades.-Re ceived. Shire of Cranbourne, suggesting an insurance scheme as a way of cover ing losses caused by bush fires.-Re ceived. Welfare Huts Appeal, seeking dona tion and assistance in selling badges. -Referred to charity vote. Chairman, local Salvage Commit "t'ee'(r.:iMurt...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

Croydon Market Milking cows £18, heifers £18/5/-, stale £9/ /-; springing cows £15/5/-; beifers £12/10/-; backward cows £10; ycearling heifers 43/- to 108/-; store bullocks £7 to £9; store cows £7/5/-, heifers £7; fat.bullocks £12/7/6, cows, £13/2/6, heifers £13; beefy cows £10 15/-; choppers 8/5/-; crackers :70/-; small dairy bulls £5/5/-. Calves.-Large vealers £9/5/- to fJ1/10/-, small' .0/-. to 120/-: calves 30/- to 60/-, small 16/- to 28/-, light weights to 12/-. Pigs-Heavy porkers to 94/-, medi um 68/- to 78/-. light 38/- to. 60/-; light bacnners .120/-: chopping sows So80- bacon stores -46/- to 70/-; slips X22/- to 32/-; suc3sers 10/- to'24/-. Sbeep.-Four-tooth wethers 26/-, siL-tooth .21/-, full mouth 18/-; full mouth owes 16/-; lambs-woolly 27/7, shorni:25/3, lambs' 15/-; rams 20/-.

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Garden Fete at Coldstream OVER £300 REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

Garden Fete at toldstream OVER £300 REALISED. Coldstream staged another fine ef fort for the Red Cross last Saturday, when the beautiful grounds of"Olinda Yarra," the home of the. Misses Kerr,. was the rendezvous of a large gather-; ing of district folk and numerous vlsi tors from the suburbs. The weather was perfect, and re collections of previous happy func tions held in such an abundance .of floral beauty, magnificent trees and co l bs made te oc ýresisylp ttraction e asion a a v"sque settin tI sUch stalls of all kinds wert., n e v::rious souircc of interest Thv wrominnt They 1:;rle artth7r ed by a coterie of ladie: hre attend.. have becornm so familiar inoe nalct ties of the Coldstream falld ctss. The Misses Kerr, who olrr, d th. function, have added anoth p isedo th enal success to the illustrior pheord of the Coldstream branch~ ous record Cross.. nch of the Ited In this great effort tl.y r• fullest co-operation from"?he branch secretary (Mr. I-I. Supple) and a host of loyal wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

I I ' J. Fý t:J IIR B n i: _i NICrIOISON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYVWHERE IN TIHE DISTRIICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE ? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY S,.w... ....... ... ...................... . .. i l..I. ?........ . . ................................................. .. . ........ .- . . -- - Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up.to-date in Victoria !LE'ASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES SgIIIl?Moihlller giilllsMllii llii : :::::::::::::ARTOLD'S :::::::: H MILK OF MAGNESIA Vi That is what Mother gives Memes and and wise mother tee, because Milk if Magnesia is ideal fir helpingsto keep chFurnituldren eh. It asists asure to __ Prompt Settep liement, with Fulstoma free fro dngerousnai addsure, nd so idby Idinsuring w ad thim aSydney bliousnes. Brads ha, et SRepresent...

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Hospital Easter Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

1-lospital Easter Sports - 4------- By R. R. Cochran. The committee of the monster £130 Easter Saturday sports meeting held their regular meeting. this week,, to make further progress with arrange ments for their grand gala day. Following their usual progressive ideas of success they have decided to insure the sports against unfavor able weather conditions, and hope they will again lose the premium oy having a fine day, so that the large attendance expected will be able to enjoy the meeting to the full. Arrangements have not been final ised for the appointment of judge for the hunting events, but the commit tee are hopeful of obtaining the ser vices of one of the best known hunt ing judges in Victoria to adjudicate in these events. As soon as the mat ter is finalised the name of the .per son selected will be announced. Programs have been posted to all parts of the State, and numerous en quiries have been received from tha best axemen who have competed in recent years. Although entri...

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Moonlight Ride. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

Moonlight Ride. To-night the Hcalesville Horse men's Club will hold a moonlight ride to aid the War Service Fund sports on Monday. A start will be made from Mr. A. Christie's stables at 8 sharp, with everybody welcome. A choice chop supper will be served at mode rat charge. Blind Piano Timer's Visit. So many applications were received by Mrs. Bath for the services of the piano tuner from the R.V.I.B. that all could not be attended to this week. However, the tuner will return within a fortnight an.d complete all bookings. Mrs. Bath will be pleased to give de tails again, but no further bookings can be accepted for tuning until an other visit can be arranged with the institute. Acknowledgment. Red Cross receipts for the fortnight ended March 0:-Collections: Mrs. Ford, £1/12/-; Mrs. Boreham, 15/-; Mrs. H. Furmston, 16/-; Mrs. Snell, 18/-; Miss R. Cornish, £8/G/6; .Mrs. J. Hume, £1G/G6; Miss I. Heoll, £3/2/-. Donations: Miss C. Dennis, £2; Mr. J. Roy, £1. Entertainments: Victory Club eu...

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FIGHTING ON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

FIGHTING ON. A recent General Headquarters' communique announced the end of that phase of the New Guinea cam paign which began with the landing at Fichshafen four months ago. A few days later another communique an nounced that the seizure of the north western tip of the Solomons had vir tually completed that campaign and isolated 22,000 Japanese troops from their base at Rabaul. Such messages from our fighting fronts prompt us to self-examination. How far have we measured up to our responsibilities. hou: far have we failed, and how far have we deserved what has been done for us by others? The communiques are the culmination of a long story of hardship, endurance, courage and skill. The preparations for such war fare, begun in the training camps, have never been equalled for thor oughness and ingenuity, and their value was proved In the early days of the attack, when Australian infant ry, recapturing the Owen Stanleys, charging with fixed bayonets, leapt over well fortified obstacles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

..ur.e..w...u. .uuu en u assmauuuusa u.... u.. u. uuousa m SKestle & Newton 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard T.and G. Flooring Materials GOOD SUPPLY ON HAND ALSO OTHER GENERAL BUILDING LINES Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) .. ..«....... . . , ............................... .. .... -. Healesville SFurliture Areade W. J. AUGER FBRNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought ' IIIGH'EST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Beat Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed This Week's Seasonable Suggestions: JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 lb. and 14 lb. pdckets. FATHER'S FAVORITE, the King of FRUIT SAUCES. 'JUNKET TABLETS and JUNKET CRYSTALS. CUSTARD POWDER, including Foster Clark's, Uncle Toby, Par son's, Dainy Maid CORDIALS-Kla Ora Lemon, Raspberry, Orange, Fifty-Fifty. CORDIAL EXTRACTS, in all Flavors. SMALL GOODS (Coupon Free).-Pressed Beef; Pork BraWn, Strasbourg Sausage, Be...

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Healesville Sports [?]AR ATHLETES ON LABOR DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 March 1944

Healesvile Sports AR ATHLETES ON LABOR DAY. By R. G. Pollard. Star athletes from leading Victor clubs will compete in the Labor ycarnival at Healesville. In the ?A.A. Mile scratch event leading ners in Bill Ager (winner of the Smile at Olympic Park last Sat .ay Des. O'Dwyer, Don Collins, d larwick, and the two promising ers from Coburg, Kyte and Foster, provide a highlight. Kyte ran a at race on Saturday against Ager. sibility of Wally Weightman, ex tralian champion, obtaining leave the R.A.A.F. to compete would e greater interest. In the 100 yards a most open race epected. With Stock and Bray anhuntly), Moore and Robinson erthcote High School Old Boys), (Ivanho)., Sillitoe and Day (Co l, several leading Collingwood iters, F. Woods (Y.M.C.A.), Mor and Stock (Richmond, the latter ather to the fast Glenhuntly lad), impossible on form to select the ^er. e medley relay, over laps of 880, ,!2 and 220 yards, is also open, is virtually the Northern District pionsship, although Glenhuntly a...

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